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Dental Implants have changed the way that we look at replacing missing teeth. The current dental implants and the implants that have been the workhorse of implantology for 25 years are basically a threaded titanium screw with an internal thread design. The screw acts as the root of a missing tooth. We are able to attach other components to the implant by way of the internal screw threads that will support a single crown, serve as abutments for a fixed bridge, or stabilize a partial or full denture.
Research has shown that the placement of dental implants following removal of natural teeth helps to preserve the remaining bone. Many patients who lost their teeth at an early age have experienced such excessive bone loss as to render them as dental cripples. Dental implants may provide a means of restoring a significant amount of comfort and function to these individuals.
Our practice has been working with our surgical specialists for 35+ years to provide implant solutions for the replacement of missing teeth. The procedures may be very straight forward such as the replacement of a single missing posterior tooth or as complex as replacing all of the teeth in an arch with an implant supported denture or bridge
The use of implants is well documented over the past 35 years with success rates well above 90% in healthy individuals. “At Risk” patients are those who are uncontrolled diabetics, heavy tobacco users, alcoholics, or any condition that results in impaired healing.
Collaboration and planning the implant procedures is critical to the success of treatment.

A lower denture can be one of the most difficult adjustments that a dental patient will ever face. The longer a denture is worn, the more bone is lost, and the more unstable a denture becomes. Ill-fitting dentures can accelerate bone loss and result in difficulty wearing even an upper denture
Much of the early research in dental implants was directed toward helping patients who could not eat properly with “false teeth”. A dental implant is a special titanium screw that is placed into the bone of the jaw. The bone grows to and adheres to the implant. This is a process called osseointegration. The links below have good consumer sections:
Once the implants have healed, a denture may be fabricated that will snap onto or screwed down to the dental implants and hold the denture very still.
In recent years, techniques have been developed that can allow a complete denture to be screwed down to the implants on the day of implant placement.
Once screwed to place, the denture cannot be removed for 3-6 months depending on the quality of the patient’s bone. Once healing is completed, the surgical denture becomes an emergency appliance and a new screw retained denture is fabricated with a metal frame for strength.